This was playing on my Sega Mega CD II that had been repaired. It was a simple fuse replacement that is documented in this video here. As you can see it is working perfectly, although my gaming skills are … Continue reading
Found that my RAM was all being eaten up by the system because 32-bit addressing was not turned on by default in System 7.5.3. I had 36MB of RAM, 30MB of it was allocated to the system software. Turned on … Continue reading
Forgot I uploaded this giant video… This IBM PS/2 sure was a fun beast to disassemble and reassemble. Be sure to watch the entire one hour video…! Ahhh, it’s optional reading I guess!
Finally got around to getting a clean system installed onto the LC 475 I picked up a few weeks back. I’ve taken some video of the install process, and although the hard drive sounds like it is going to shatter, … Continue reading
As you can see there are a lot of videos going on and not so much blogging. Videos can tell this story a bit better. The lithium battery even still manages to hold a 3V charge after over 25 years. … Continue reading
Replaced the Sony video chip and it works like it was new. Broke it in with some Metallic Uniframe Super Hybrid Armor. But as you can see, the repair was a complete success, even with my limited tools on hand … Continue reading
No life from your Sega Mega Drive 32X? It might just need a bit of TLC. Clean it up using a bit of methylated spirits or isopropyl and some sandpaper – worked for me, I hope it will for you … Continue reading
Picked up three off the internet that were sold as-is. Found that three of them all work to some degree. However the jittering / distortion in the video above might be common to all four of the 32X units I … Continue reading